Ride in Style and Comfort with the Perfect Fit Motorcycle Chaps

Ride in Style and comfort with the perfectly fit Motorcycel Chaps | Eagle Leather 

Riding a motorcycle is an exhilarating experience, but it's essential to have the right gear for a safe and comfortable ride. One of the most important pieces of gear are motorcycle chaps, which provide added protection to the legs while riding. But, with so many options available, finding the right fit can be a challenge. Don't let ill-fitting chaps ruin your ride. In this article, we'll guide you through the process of finding the perfect fit motorcycle chaps that will have you cruising in style and comfort. Get ready to take your riding experience to the next level!

Determining Your Motorcycle Chap Size: The Key to the Perfect Fit.

Achieving the ideal fit for your motorcycle chaps requires taking precise measurements. By following these simple steps, you can guarantee a comfortable and secure fit. In this guide, we'll walk you through measuring your thigh size, waist size, and inseam to determine the perfect size of motorcycle chaps for you.

Materials you'll need:

  • Soft measuring tape or string and ruler
  • Pants you plan to wear while riding

Here's how to measure:

  1. Thigh size: The most crucial measurement is your thigh size. Put on the pants you plan to wear while riding and measure the thickest part of both thighs. Use the larger measurement.
  2. Waist size: Measure your waist at the belt line and record the measurement, as it may differ from your pant waist size when wearing chaps over pants.
  3. Inseam: Most motorcycle chaps have a standard inseam of 34 inches, but it can be trimmed to your desired length. Measure your inseam and make adjustments as needed.

With these measurements, you can now compare your size to the size chart and select the ideal pair of motorcycle chaps. Accurately measuring will ensure maximum comfort and safety while riding. If you fall between sizes, go up one size for a looser fit or down one size for a snugger fit.

How to put chaps on the simple way! 

Getting your motorcycle chaps on for the first time can seem daunting, but with this step-by-step guide, you'll have them on in no time. From fastening the belt to zipping up the legs, we've got you covered.

Here's what you'll need: • Your motorcycle chaps.

Step-by-Step Guide:

  1. Fasten the belt around your waist for easy access to the zippers.
  2. Unzip and unsnap each leg of the chap.
  3. Place the unzipped chap leg between your legs and wrap it around to the outside. If you have trouble fastening the zipper, try adjusting the chaps to a lower position on your leg. Over time, they will naturally settle lower.
  4. Zip up the zipper and snap the snaps at the bottom of the chap.
  5. Repeat the process for the other leg.

With these simple tips, you'll be ready to hit the road in no time with your perfect-fitting motorcycle chaps!

Final Tips

When choosing your chaps, it is essential to get the right fit the first time, as chaps that are too tight, or loose can become uncomfortable. Taking the time to measure your thighs, waist, and inseam length will save you a lot of discomfort on your rides. Always make sure to wear chaps and test your fit before hitting the road. With the right fit, you can ensure maximum comfort and safety while riding.

Having the right fitting motorcycle chaps is essential for a safe and comfortable ride. With proper measurements and careful consideration of your size, you can guarantee the perfect fit. Our step-by-step guide has walked you through the process of measuring your thighs, waist, and inseam length, as well as the process of putting chaps on for the first time. If you're looking for the ultimate riding experience, come into our Lakewood, Washington location to get fit by our experts. With the perfectly fit motorcycle chaps, you'll be cruising in style and comfort, ready to take your riding experience to the next level!

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